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We stayed here for two nights, had a back in site under their big trees, a very nice touch after traveling from one desert RV park to another. They can't do much about the dust, I guess. The trees unfortunately draw lots of mourning doves that land on your tables and do their duty! Maybe that's why there are no picnic tables here. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Their pool is being redone, so we couldn't use it, but in a few days it will be beautiful. We visited the Yuma Territorial Prison and Algodones, Mexico while here, both good trips.

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The owner of this park lives on site, met us at the front entrance, and was very informative and helpful, a big plus! We were in this park due to its location in Tucson. It is not pretty, but for a few days it works very well. All of the utilities worked well, water pressure was good, the site was very level and our Verizon signal was strong. We would come here again.

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This park bills itself as a resort, but they do not have a pool and the sites do not have picnic tables. Everything in the park is very neat, but of course there is little grass and no shade, gravel everywhere. The location is close to Mesilla, which is why we came here.

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This park is really quite beautiful. It is kept extremely neat and the landscaping is well tended. It gave us a good feeling just driving into it for the first time. Our site along the creek, with a lovely lawn and shade trees, was especially well-appreciated. The sites are spaced nicely at an angle so as to appear more private. The other RVers seemed friendly, too. We would definitely recommend it.

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Rating is of course based on the location, being close to downtown and the French Quarter of New Orleans. The owner is incredibly helpful with advice and a modest fee for shuttle service. We also used Uber. As stated, sites are close together and the place is basically a safe parking lot for your RV. All utilities worked great and the other visitors seemed friendly. I would definitely recommend this place if you want to visit New Orleans.

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We pulled in here in the first week of May, so the park was fairly empty, the snowbirds having pulled out, so even though the sites are close together, it didn't seem too bad to us. There are very few majestic oaks left, other than those near the entrance. No shade at all, no picnic table and poor internet. If you want to visit Biloxi, this will suffice, but we wouldn't recommend it otherwise.

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We arrived the last week of April, using a promotional discount received at an RV show. This is a beautiful park! The previous comments are understandable given that they were camping in a construction zone, but the worst seems to be over. This is going to be an awesome RV resort. We were in a pull through site that was nice and wide and plenty long. Our area was full of huge old oak trees. All of the sites in this "new" park have extra wide, concrete pads, new utility hookups, and the wi-fi signal was strong. The pool is huge, gorgeous and heated. The people who work here are very friendly and so were the other RVers, although, to be fair, we were there well after the season ended and the park was almost empty. When it is full during the Florida season it will certainly have a different feel, and the sites will feel much closer. But we will definitely be back.

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Hard to rate this park. The new owners are very nice and accommodating, offering to set up a remote tv antenna for us! It is a small park in some nice shady pine trees. Very basic, no tv on air service, but our pull thru was easy to get into and had room for us so as not to unhook our toad. The pool looks sparkling clean. Downside - we had ants move into our motor home after just the one night. The rate is very reasonable for full hookups. For us, we would only use this campground as a one night stop.

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Nightly rate based on their weekly rate of $300. I don't give 10 ratings out very often! This is an awesome place. Built into the side of a mountain, the roads are very steep and the sites are terraced in places. (Not necessarily everyone's cup of tea, but large motor homes and fifth wheels made it with no problems.) The people who run it are friendly and helpful with advice on nearby Asheville, a great town to visit. The sites are cleaned up after each visitor leaves, and the whole park is immaculately clean. Their cable tv worked great, giving us lots of stations very clearly. Their web site was fine. Our Verizon signal was hit and miss. The cabins are placed away from the RVs in pretty sites next to a little mountain stream, by the way. We will definitely be back!

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We were here for five days, camped in a riverfront site, very nice! They only have 30 amp service and have rules against using a/c or electric water heaters, which we thought was a bit much. But the location near Old Forge is great with lots to do. The campsites are mostly well spaced apart. The interior roads are a little rough with some tight turns; forces you to go slow. We would come here again.

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This is not your typical KOA. It is a rather small, more intimate campground. They do offer some kid's stuff and a pool, but it is not too crazy as so many KOA's seem to be. Most of the sites are pull-thru's and they are more spacious than is typical. There are lots of trees for shade. Brattleboro offers lots to do; it's a cute town with some interesting restaurants, and many trails to hike or bike. We hiked the Back Mountain Trail and found it to be a challenge! We would here only for a weekend and would definitely come again.

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Access to this campground from 195 is very easy. Shopping and entertainments are close by. The people who work here are friendly and helpful. Sites are a little too close for me, especially when the neighbors want to have their campfire burning all day and night. Our site was very level and we had a tree for shade. The entire campground is kept very neat. We stayed here for 11 days, having some family members visit for a few days. Their only complaint was that the pay showers had poor water pressure. In general I think most campers are here for the nearby beaches and towns. A very nice surprise for us was the use of the Eastern Trail that runs for many miles north and south, that is accessible from the campground. We did a lot of walking while we were here. I would recommend this campground.

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This is an older park, laid out in a seemingly haphazard manner, not necessarily a bad thing, as the sites seemed more spread out than the norm. We were in a pull-through, but had lots of space around us, and so did most of the other sites we saw. The interior roads are rough, perhaps to keep everybody's speed down to 5 mph? The country roads leading up to the campground are very winding and dark at night! Our only real negative comment is that on Saturday night the campground had a big party and blocked off one of the roads within the campground. We returned on a dark and rainy night and got a little lost driving back to our site! No big deal, but it was a bit frustrating. Our site was hard packed gravel and very level. We were shaded by tall trees most of the day. We would come back here again.

     

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Hegins, Pennsylvania

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We stayed here for just one night as it is close to I-81. We were very pleased with the look of the place, felt like we were in a state park! Very heavily treed so our site was kept cool in the hot weather. Only 30 amps so you have to be aware of that, but it was a pleasant place to be. We were in a pull-thru that was long enough to leave our toad attached behind our 36' motor home. They have a nice big pool on premise, too. We would come back.

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This park is rather unusual in that it has two very different sections. The lower section is where we stayed for just one night. We were in a pull-thru, which was convenient, but it wasn't long enough for our 35' motorhome and Jeep. The sites are very close together, like our neighbor's picnic table was practically under our window. I would not want to stay there for more than a quick stop. I walked the steep hill up to the upper section, and that is in the woods and very pretty. It seems to be the place for longer term campers, and the steep grade up may not be for everybody. If you like group activities, you will like the pool and the very large lawn where people can meet.